Looking to pick up Monolith Soft’s upcoming RPG, Xenoblade Chronicles 2? Then you’ll likely need to remove a couple of games from your onboard storage.
Releasing December 1st, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will take up approximately 13GB of free space from your Switch, making it the third largest first party game on the system in terms of file size, after The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, 13.6 GB file size and L.A Noire’s whopping 29GB file size.
The title is currently available for pre-load via the Nintendo e-Shop, so you don’t miss out on any sweet gaming time when the title launches a couple weeks from now.
Right now, not much is know about the title, except that it follows the protagonist Rex and his new friend Pyra, who are searching the world for Elysium, the ultimate paradise for humanity. Excited to play this sequel to the 2010 release? Let us know in the comments below.
In other Nintendo news, there may be a slight chance that we see LawBreakers on the Switch.
‘Cliff Blesenzk’s LawBreakers hasn’t been performing as well as Boss Key studios would have hoped, the games numbers on steam have been dropping drastically since launch – with the latest statistics yielding a player count of under 100 in 24hrs.’
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